The trick to 'NZeppel is to think of that fill shape as a balloon expanding to fit the grid. I knew with the duo tangle that I wanted to try having the fill shape be Flux. But what I had in my mind was a more structured grid.
When I finally got those Halloween slider cards done and in the mail I sat down to give the duo tangle a try. This is what poured out of me instead. And it did just pour out. Those moments when the Zentangle takes control and you just follow along, are the best! The contrast between struggling with the cards and then the duo tangle just happening was amazing. Here is my first attempt in my bullet journal.
I thought I'd share the process with you in case you wanted to play along! This should get you started...
Add more Flux shapes wherever there is room.You can venture away from the string if you'd like, just try to keep the Flux in tight against its neighbors (remember the trick to 'NZeppel). Remember to keep rotating your tile and keep filling in with Flux. I really like adding in a little Tipple here and there too. And coloring in the remaining bits adds dimension. Maybe some rounding here and there.
Whether you give my version of the duo tangle a try, or create your own, be sure to check out the other versions on either The Diva's blog or on the Mosaic app.
Have a great week!
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